Monthly Archives: February 2012

A trainer’s trepidation: coaching in the cold

As a trainer, there are some sessions that fill you with trepidation. I had one of these at Oxford and Cherwell Valley College the other week. I’m supporting them with an exciting piece of work about embedding coaching so that … Continue reading

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Getting more from your consultant

One of the main benefits of using a consultant is to bring in expertise that your organization may lack. This expertise can help you to speed up a change, deal with a big challenge or develop a new area of … Continue reading

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A personal view of Solution Focused Coaching

Solution Focused Coaching approaches have had a positive impact on my   skills and led to a shift in mindset about the role of a coach and that’s what I’d like to talk about here.  I’ve been a teacher, trainer and … Continue reading

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